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Yolanda wrote: "I read the in flight series after this... Thought it fit in well. Not really similar apart from the whole MINE thing but worked well! Hurry up January!! [bookcover:Mile..."
jhea wrote: "You also could try Beautifully broken by Bethany Bazile. It's really good and has similar plot."Young interior designer Ava O’Shea has an appointment for a first consultation at The Manor with the owner, Mr Jesse Ward. She is expecting nothing more than an overweight, cravat wearing, well-to-do countryman, and on arrival, nothing would suggest otherwise. i loved "this man" at the core its the same dominating alpha male (that i love) but the plot surrounding it blows my mind. i love the intensity of the book and the off the charts chemistry of these two crazily in love characters.
When Ava first meets Jesse, she’s drawn to his dirty blond hair, green eyes and chiseled body. He exudes power and wields control in all aspects of his life, and that means that the actor who plays him needs to have that kind of presence to pull off the role.In January 1947, the manuscript was initially rejected by Einaudi, with the writers Cesare Pavese and Natalia Ginzburg thinking it too early after the war for such an account.  However Levi managed to find a smaller publisher, De Silva,  who printed 2,500 copies of the book, 1,500 of which were sold, mostly in Levi's hometown of Turin. In 1955, Levi signed a contract with Einaudi for a new edition, which was published in 1958. The initial printing of 2000 copies was followed by a second of the same size. 
Patruno, Nicholas (2008). Understanding Primo Levi. University of South Carolina Press. ISBN 978-1-57003-791-7. Young interior designer Ava O’Shea has no idea what awaits her at the Manor. A run-of-the-mill consultation with a stodgy country gent seems likely, but what Ava finds instead is Jesse Ward–a devastatingly handsome, utterly confident, pleasure-seeking playboy who knows no boundaries. Ava doesn’t want to be attracted to this man, and yet she can’t control the overwhelming desire that he stirs in her. She knows that her heart will never survive him and her instinct is telling her to run, but Jesse is not willing to let her go. He wants her and is determined to have her. I’ll never be good enough for you, I know that. But I’m no good without you, and if that makes me a selfish bastard for wanting you as badly as I do then so be it because I can’t live a life that doesn’t have you in it.” ~~ JakeIncidentally, it was through these fan solicitations that Giulio Berruti’s name popped up for Gabriel’s Inferno, and look how well that worked out!) Who Could Play Jesse Ward in the PassionFlix Adaptation of ‘This Man’? Levi began to write in February 1946, with a draft of what would become the final chapter recording his most recent memories of Auschwitz. According to Ian Thomson, Levi worked over the next ten months with concentrated energy and extreme facility. Levi told him that the words poured out of him "like a flood which has been dammed and suddenly rushes forth".  In the daytime Levi was working at a paint factory north-east of Turin. Mostly he wrote in the evenings and late into the night, although Levi said that the chapter The Canto of Ulysses was written almost entirely in a single, half-hour lunch break.  The first manuscript was completed in December 1946 and required considerable editorial work. His future wife, Lucia Morpurgo, helped him to shape the book, giving it a clear sense of direction.  Publication [ edit ] Primo Levi Actually ,I am finding a book from erotic genre where guy is alpha male and smells girl down there once to know If she cheated because She kissed someone, then in further chapters girl does the same.